|After assessments, look up on websites topics you didn’t get correct, learn from these and to find worksheets online to practise.||
Complete sudoku, or other puzzles involving logic and trial and improvement.
The WebSudoku site allows you to complete them online, or print them out.
|To continue to work on times tables at home on a regular basis - you probably did lots of this at primary school, but in Maths it’s possible to ‘lose it’ if you don’t ‘use it’!|
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|To play board games that have mathematical elements, e.g. snakes & ladders, Monopoly.||
Play chess - build your logic skills.You can play against the computer on ChessKid.
|Visit the nrich website - the site contains thousands of challenges. Start by completing one star challenges, and work up to the more difficult ones!|
|Revisit past assessments in their books and complete it again to get a better score.||Learn to play Rummy, Cribbage, and Canasta with a deck of cards.||Work through the MathsGenie topic packs, starting on Grade 1/2.|
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|Read gas, electricity, or water meters. Read smart meters and work out how much your usage is costing.||Complete the activities on the NatWest MoneySense site - a financial education programme for 5-18 year olds.||Reflect on your Maths lessons, and use Youtube videos and HegartyMaths, etc. to review those topics to ensure complete understanding.|
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|Open a savings account.||Visit the Science Museum, in particular its Maths wing.||Visit the King’s College London site and complete one of their weekly challenges.|
Research some famous mathematicians. What did they contribute to mathematics?Here is a list of the 100 most influential mathematicians.
|Watch the BBC Universe Documentary ‘The Great Math Mystery’ on Youtube.||Register for the free Khan Academy website and work through the lessons each week.|
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|Read ‘The Everything Kids: Maths Puzzle Book’ by Meg Clemens. Lots of puzzles to be solved!||Complete some activities from ‘Maths Games for Clever Kids’ by Gareth Moore. There is a whole series of these books to work through!||Visit Bletchley Park, and discover the contribution mathematicians made to the war effort, notably Alan Turing.|